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Ofsted's report shows Coventry is one of the worst places for a child to be in education in England.
Kim Docking is Executive Headteacher at Coventry's Clifford Bridge Primary School. She was brought in to improve standards there. Kim says today's report is "soul-destroying" for people living in the city.
Here are the five top or bottom local authority areas with the highest or lowest percentage of pupils attending good or outstanding secondary schools, according to Ofsted.
- Trafford (100%)
- Torbay (100%)
- Sutton (100%)
- Rutland (100)
- Kensington and Chelsea (100)
- Tameside (34%)
- Portsmouth (34%)
- Middlesbrough (32%)
- Bradford (28%)
- Barnsley (20%)
There are serious concerns about the state of education in England's colleges, Ofsted chief inspector Sir Michael Wilshaw has said.
More than a third of colleges (35%) are now considered less than good - up from 30% at the end of 2010, according to Ofsted's annual report.
For the second year in a row, there was not one college that was judged to be outstanding for its teaching and learning.
Thirteen - collectively teaching more than 82,000 learners - were declared inadequate overall in the last year, compared to just four the year before, according to the report.
Ofsted's report questions whether the learning and skills sector - which covers further education colleges - is currently fit for purpose.
In his first annual report, Ofsted chief inspector Sir Michael Wilshaw has said that England's schools system is not good enough and must do better.
Sir Michael also points out that there is no link between access to a good primary school and how rich or poor an area is.
Oxfordshire, not usually considered an area of high deprivation, is among the 20% of local authorities with the lowest proportions of pupils attending a good or better primary.
A team of eight regional Ofsted directors will go out into local authority areas from January to find out what is happening in under-performing areas.
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Ofsted's chief inspector has said that England's schools system is not good enough and must do better in his annual report